Surrounded by Insecurity the roots of the Turkish 31st May movement



Surrounded by Insecurity: The Roots of Turkish May 31th Movement
Cihanger Medeıros Rıbeıro, Duygu; Büyükcivelek, Ahmet Burak (Hacettepe Üniversitesi Yayınları, 2015-01-01)
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Trapped in between state, market and family: experiences of moderately educated divorced and widow women
Gedik, Esra; Ecevit, Fatma Yıldız; Department of Sociology (2015)
In this study, my main purpose is to grasp how women whose marriage is ended up either by divorce or the loss of the husband experience the life after marital dissolution as widows and a divorced women. My basic argument is that widowed and divorced women are trapped in between family, market and state; and that gender based, family oriented patriarchal society and social policies do not allow these women to live their life the way they want and to stand on their own feet; but make them lean on their famili...
Hiding in the shadow of centralised education system: an exploratory analysis of instructional leadership with respect to socioeconomic status
Çınar, Rıdvan; Emil, Serap; Gökalp, Gökçe; Department of Educational Sciences (2016)
The purpose of this research was to explore instructional leadership practices of Turkish public primary and secondary school principals and to map out similarities and differences between schools that have different SES based on their location. Participants of the study were 12 public primary and secondary school principals and 12 teachers in Ankara. Semi-structured interviews with principals and teachers were used for data collection. The qualitative data were analyzed through content analysis via Nvivo. ...
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